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Words Are Seldom Neutral

Words are the representations and symbols we use to see, think and process our perceptions of reality with others. Judith E. Glaser Glaser, who has extensively studied the brain and how we communicate, says “Conversations are the difference between trust … Continue reading

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Good Customer Service and Respect

by Karlin Sloan Making yourself look good doesn’t mean kissing up. Dr. Wayne Dyer is widely credited with the wise saying, “You teach others how to treat you.” Well, I’m a big believer in that statement. You teach others to … Continue reading

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